Apple just confirmed another streaming event for October 30 at, wait for it, 8PM ET. Tis the spooky season, so why not hold a presentation at night? The tagline for the event is “Scary Fast” so it certainly sounds like there will be some hardware announcements. We already so that leaves the company’s desktop and laptop computers.
To that end, it’s been a surprisingly long time since there’s been a new iMac. Analyst Mark Gurman suggested that this event will and his track record is pretty good when it comes to Apple. Gurman also suggested that it’s likely we’ll see an update to the MacBook Pro.
This analysis is based on current retail supplies and shipping dates for forthcoming models, with retail stores noting they have short supply of the current iMacs and the 13-inch MacBook Pro. The colorful 24-inch M1 iMac came out which is a lifetime in tech circles, and hasn’t been updated since. The MacBook Pro M2 is newer, releasing in 2022, but still due for an upgrade.
In the past, Apple has typically reserved its October press event for computers, which is another mark in the “new iMac” column. In any event, we don’t have that long to wait, as October 30 is just around the corner. Here’s hoping Tim Cook will be dressed as a mummy or Barbenheimer or something.
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